All of them claimed to be unhappy as children; none of them expressed any gratitude toward their parents.
When James tried to display his gratitude to the Cleveland fans, he was so detached as to seem dangerously medicated.
Signs of gratitude and support were everywhere at the Crawford ranch.
Because of this attitude I do believe there is little true appreciation and gratitude.
On election night they shared a loving kiss, and his gratitude was effusive.
He thanked his King in a voice full of gratitude and affection.
He rose, expecting a look of gratitude from the girl he loved.
Her acceptance of him at that moment might be due in part to gratitude and relief.
Then in a gust of confidence and gratitude, “I will live all my days for you, Tom!”
It is not he who opposes, but he who performs, to whom the world owes its gratitude.
mid-15c., "good will," from Middle French gratitude (15c.) or directly from Medieval Latin gratitudinem (nominative gratitudo) "thankfulness," from Latin gratus "thankful, pleasing" (see grace). Meaning "thankfulness" is from 1560s.